Exercise about adjective with ‘ing’ or ‘ed’
Underline the correct adjectives (hãy gạch dưới đúng những tính từ)
- I am so (relaxed / relaxing) that I don’t want to move.
- I find horror films really (frightened / frightening) and not at all fun to watch.
- Sometimes I get really (frustrated / frustrating) when I can’t express myself well in English.
- We were stopped by a man with a knife who took our money. It was (terrified / terrifying).
- The program was really (interested / interesting).
- She was (overwhelmed / overwhelming) when everyone cheered and we gave her presents.
- If I feel stressed, I find taking a bath is often (relaxed / relaxing).
- I’m really (tired / tiring) . I think I’ll go to bed.
- He’s very (interested / interesting) in history.
- The trip was (overwhelmed / overwhelming) with so many things to do and it was all so new.
- She is never (satisfied / satisfying) with her work.
- Cleaning is so (tired / tiring) ! I think I’ll have a rest.
- She thought the ride on the roller coaster was (thrilled / thrilling).
- I was really (surprised / surprising) when I saw you. I had thought you were on holiday.
- My grandmother was (shocked / shocking) by the man’s bad language.
- My niece is (terrified / terrifying) of dogs.
- Thank you so much for the prize! I’m (thrilled / thrilling).
- My job is very (satisfied / satisfying) . I love helping people.
- The news was so (shocked / shocking) that she burst into tears.
- My exam results were great! It’s really (surprised / surprising) but good, of course
- I’m (bored/boring) . There’s nothing to do here.
- The train journey was very long and (tired/tiring).
- The holiday in London was really (exciting/excited).
- I’m really (exciting/excited) about going to New York next week.
- The film was three hours long. It was really (boring/bored).
- I ran ten kilometres this morning. I’m (exhauting/exhausted).
- I spilled coffee on my boss. It was really (embarrassing/embarrassed)
- That horror film was really (frightened/frightening).
- It is Tom Hanks’ new film, Inferno. It is (interesting/interested).
- He kept knocking on a table while I was trying to make my report to my boss yesterday. I felt (annoyed/ annoying).
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